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Zabala, southern Iraq, ca 2200 BCE This diminutive clay tablet was written by a Sumerian scribe in an administrative office around 2200 BC. The full translation of the laconic text runs as follows: 18 jars of pig fat – Balli 4 jars of pig fat – Nimgir-ab-lah. Fat dispensed (at ?) the city of Zabala. Ab-kid-kid, the scribe. 4th year 10th month. https://exhibitions.lib.cam.ac.uk/curiousobjects/artifacts/sumerian-clay-tablet/ Nicholas Postgate, Trinity College.